By Lori Perkins
Its “catch phrase is “No Democrats.” And, no, this is NOT a new skit from the new season of Saturday Night Live, but it is hilarious.
John McEntee, a former political aide to Donald Trump, has co-created the dating app for right-wing conservatives. According to Axios, Peter Thiel, the former PayPal CEO, is said to have invested $1.5 billion into the dating app.
The ad for the dating site features a number of women explaining what they are looking for in men, One of the women says she’s looking for “alpha males.”
Ryan McEnany, the sister of former White House secretary Kayleigh McEnany, says, “The Right Stuff is all about getting in the right dating pool with people who share the same values and beliefs as you.”
The dating site does not allow users to select pronouns—only male or female pronouns are allowed. “Those are the only two options, ladies and gentleman,” McEnany explains in the promotional video.
The site is free for women, but by invite only.
At the end of the ad for the site, all five of the women who have been sharing what they are looking for empathically state, “No Democrats.”